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. vo: but mitt romney says class sizes don't matter... and he supports paul ryan's budget which could cut education by 20%. you can't do this by shoving 30, 35 people into a class and just teaching to some test... these are all issues that really he personally cannot relate to. to be able to afford an education, to want the very best public education system for your children.
and food stamps up a stagnant economy. why does redistribution fail? it is evil and i don't think the president's philosophy changed. the president is saying he has the right to treat you like chum and all wealth is public and he can send it off to dead beat homeowners. who ever he sees fit. >> wayne, u.s. incomes fell as well. and really in the last couple. can we may be going in the wrong direction. >> and that is the fact that somehow it is written that the government has a right to coerce me and deliver it to some autoworker in ohio. if i want to make a donation. why don't i make it to this guy. why is the government appoint giving it to this person? it lessens competition. it is it an income conversation we had with you. if you are taking away money from the top tier earners they are not hiring new workers and they are staying stagnant. do you buy the argument at this point. >> no, incomes have been falling over a deckicate. we are talking about a deck cade long problem. the idea of distributing. and the direct spending that you dekraai amounts to a certain level of federal s
? probably not. look what they have across from the bleach. it says don't mix ammonia and bleach makes a gas. these are bad things to mix with bleach. who's got these under their sink in i do. everybody does. you want to separate the ones that don't go to together. how do you find out? read the labels. these are department of transportation placards, they are colored. they are all red. they have the sort of flame thing up there. the little number here and number here. we've got books in our rig that tell us what these are. based on a number. we will see a 1219, look in the book and say a truck carrying 1219 and it's leaking every where what do we have. george, we have 92 octane gasoline, that's not good. we call people and get help. we as volunteers are not going to be hazardous material people. you need to know this is red, it's flammable. if there is a problem, let us know and keep people away from it. these are more placards. explosives, anything orange, reds yellow. oxidizer, that's going to make a small fire into a really big fire without much help. inhalation hazards, don't breathe i
unenthusiastic voters ? >> i don't see how it possibly could. >> viral videos are seen as a massive force that helps sell millions of things and gets people off their couches, but i don't believe it. and choosing sam jackson was weird. he was the guy who admitted to "ebony" who said he voted for barack obama because he is black. and he said "his message don't mean [bleep] to me." >> he is not a good spokesman. >> he narrated go the [bleep] to sleep. so they chose him to do this too. >> we can't use him because he said all politics are racial and people vote because they look like him. >> i don't think they really care. they clearly never have googled anything they are talking about. >> samuel l jackson i thought was great in "the avengers" so he is right in this video. >> i completely agree with you. >> sherrod, it is a really well done video. but you say it will scare white people? >> it don't take much to scare white people, right? any samuel l movie can do that. >> that's not true. >> if you listen so -- >> i'm gonna punch you in your damn face, gavin. if they are like, i voted for the
against that. >> i like that part of bowles simpson, but you talked a good game, but you don't deliver the goods. what do you-- >> no, here is what people do. if you don't like the plan that someone's put on the table. put your plan on the table and pass that budget through congress, and mitt romney offered a plan, president obama hasn't done any of that. he disavowed bowles simpson and offered all the it i haves -- alternative plans. the even bowles simpson, it didn't address the primary driver of our debt. health care programs. starting going bankrupt. i don't want a pass a bill to fix the fiscal crisis when i know it doesn't fix the fiscal crisis. >> neil: he's saying it didn't go far enough. charles payne, ben stein, dagen mcdowell and adam lashinsky and charlie gasperino. >> i think it was a good place to start, to ryan's point, it was with respect to social security or medical spending, you know, and the ideal spending cap. if we adhere to spending caps we wouldn't be in this position in the first place, so i take his point although i think it would have been a good sta
and prudence and discipline are things that don't exist or matter anymore. if the republican idea are old, imagine how old the liberal ideas are? they're cobwebs wear depends. they're recycling the same crap over and over again and they don't work so conservatives have to follow through and clean up the messes. >> dana: i thought the convention looked quite different. maybe not so much in the crowd and the number of delegates but certainly in the speakers. it was not the same republican party of the past 20 years. >> andrea: it wasn't. i was offended on behalf of rabbits. >> greg: i agree. >> andrea: i agree. typically the democrat goes after republicans being the party of old white guys but not anymore. they use the governors effectively. went just what are we going to do, but the governors got up there, mcdonald christie and said look what we have already done. romney can do it, too. if i were democrats i'd be nervous that they would fill stadium. reports they will have trouble -- >> dana: they were busing in people today from south carolina. imagine if republicans were busing people in
. tonight -- >> why don't you define your beef with me and fox news? >> i think there are times when you are bold and fresh. >> question go mano a mano about the worthiness of fox news. he thinks we may not be so great. i think he may be misguided. don't miss this shootout. >> my campaign is about the 100% of america and i'm concerned about them. >> mitt romney trying to fight back on his criticism of the entitlement culture. but the truth is, many americans are embracing free stuff. we will have a special report. >> lot of anticipation for the big debate coming up. i'm not talking about obama-romney. i'm not talking about ryan-biden. i'm talking about bill o'reilly versus jon stewart. >> it's the talk of the nation and megyn kelly has some thoughts about what might happen at the rumble in the air conditioned auditorium. >> bill o'reilly wants to tango. i shall meet new the square! >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the slacker factor, that is the subject of this evening's talking p
. >> this is the home work. you don't have to write it down it's in the manual. simple things for your home. hazardous conditions in our house. there is a course evaluation in the back of the book. i'm rob [laughter]. >> okay. let's get into the program today is utility control and fire hazard material. we will teaching how to turn your utility's off and what hazardous materials to look for. >> the first thing is natural gas. what do you know about natural gas? flammable. it goes, boom. it's important to shut this off. we use it for cooking, eating and hot water. there were 40,000 people that called pg and e about their gas. that means they call turned off their gas? did they need to do that? when do you have to? when there is a problem. how long did you think it takes pg and e to get out and turn it back on? 45,000 people. days weeks, may be a month. who has seen this in the streets. a lot of muck is in there is it's full of dirt and weeds you turn it to the right to tighten it and left to loosen it. your home work you have to look at your house, pop open the lid, look in there see what's going on
a tooth, how much? >> i always gave the kids -- i don't remember how much. i gave them more for their first tooth. >> when you were a kid, do you remember getting money under your pillow? >> a quarter. but that was in the 1880s when a quarter meant something. >> some parents do go crazy and leave big bills, 10 bucks, 20 bucks under the pillow for a tooth? that is ridiculous. you ruin it for the other kids because they go to school bragging. >> human nature is never going to change. as soon as you accept that, you're going to be a happier person. >> you have 32 teeth and someone do the math. 32 times 3 is what? >> what? >> 96. so there. that's all i have to say. >> did you need a calculator? >> i did. >> this is sad. you hear about kids, all those kids who allege lid cheated on the test about the introduction to congress. how perfect is that? anyway, this is upsetting. this best-selling author who has been posting positive reviews on amazon.com now is posting great reviews -- >> r.j. elroy. he is a crime writer. he wrote the novel, you may have read it "a simple act of violen
with the top spokesperson on monday saying i don't think we know enough. i don't think we know enough. >> i don't think we know enough. i don't think we know enough. she gave our preliminary assessment. we will have a full investigation now, and then we will be in a better position to put labels on things. >> i like her voice. >> while the white house has shifted its view, they don't have evidence the attack was pre planned, but then again they didn't need evidence to blame the anti-islam advise yow they never saw -- the anti-islam video they saw, right? right? >> why wait so long to call it terrorism? what is the deal? why are we so scared to call terror, terror? >> you know, from a journalism perspective and you compare the sound byt es, it might be because there was no war on terror. and we are pulling out of places. we are leaving afghanistan and giving them dates, so on and so forth. that's a sober look at is it, but it is true. >> they are trying to move away from the word. >> here is the problem. if you want to say that protesters did this, first there were no protests leading up to this
and i have introduced. i don't have a commitment from him to do that, but that bill is a possible, especially in the lame-duck. in the regular session we are probably not bring to have that more legislative days. succumb if we have one bill, though that would -- that is the one that i've asked the chairman to consider. >> would you like to see more comprehensive legislation? >> i would. i think the public is ahead of the congress of privacy and companies like microsoft building in their default positions to have more and more privacy, but in the congress we are still behind the curve. we have gained a lot of ground in the congress and our privacy caucus in the house the co-chair with me and the republican democrat we have got 30 members, not quite 10% of the house so that is a sizable number and it is bipartisan about half republican have democrat. estimate also joining us on the communicators is howard buskirk is as yet managing editor of communications daily. islamic let me ask a question. that is an issue that you have been very involved and. tell me how that has resonated with
think. don't we? let's move on. that is it for "the five." thank you for watching. see you tomorrow. ♪ >>> welcome to "red eye." i'm greg gutfeld or as i am known in the virgin islands, star jones. now to andy levy for our pre game show. >> does the released of a secretly recorded tape of mitt romney at a fundraisesser -- fundraiser spell doom? this and overcome pleatly over wrought stories straight ahead. and the latest on a magical internet video that compels people to kill. scary. and did an oregon woman get plague from a cat? a shocking story that i am -- [coughing] sure isn't true. >> i must say that was tremendous acting. >> i think i really sold that. >> i think that you have a future in playing a dying person. >> i think i just made myself sick. >> well, you made me sick. you are a repulsive human being and i hope something happens to you in between now and half time. let's welcome our guests. she is so hot that lava lamps are called patti ann browne lamps. i am here with patti ann browne. nice outfit. if fierce commentary were chalky racers people would bang him outside t
make sure you know what you have so you don't cross contaminate. you don't want to put bleach next to ammonia. in a disaster if /taeu break and mix, what will happen. you will have a hazardous material place in your house. how about this? the typical garage. most people don't have gas in the suburbs you do. if you have lawn mowers. store it low. gas fumes will creep down to the bottom. if you have to store gas, store it mostly full. if you have an empty gas container -- if you want to protect yourself put cords across it so it doesn't fall in an earthquake. you screw it in. strap it across. make sure the shelf is screwed into the wall if it's screwed into a stud it will not tip over. when you go home look at your hazards. get everything in a box. there is no correct spot to put it. some people get a can and put it in their yard. it's up to you. there is no correct spot it's where everybody in your family knows where it is. if you are not home and a disaster hits who the find it. the whole family gets involved you, yourself, family members, kids, let them know where it is. if some
time, i brought my friend. even some crouch shots. most people don't get good shots of conception. i feel confident this time, like i'm doing my part in the world. the war in iraq started. may be this kid will be a piece maker, a modern day jesus christ as this jew understands jesus. i don't know what does. week 21, everyone thinks i'm having a boy. by everyone, i mean the waiter and my grandmother and neighbor across the street. i was getting out of my car and she yelled "your having a boy". week 22, my family is involved in an all out campaign on the names i'm considering. she mocks the mothers calling after their sons, sebastion. i didn't realize lisa is racist. makes me like the name more. i say good, because i'm hoping for a fag. week 25, it's 4:00 a.m. and i'm give up for an hour. who do i do for circumcision. it's a covenant with god. it seems like they feel plenty of pleasure. may be we should reduce a man's pleasure. may be this was god's way of reducing a man's libido. may be my son is not going to study the torah. we need to identify proudly. but then, am i imposing my wi
, or was he just being honest or both? >> i honestly don't know these days. you can't even say a hate fact anymore. >> a hat fact? >> a hate fact. >> what is a hate fact? >> a hate fact is hateful and unstable and yet true. 25% -- the top 25% of americans pay 90% of the tokes in this country. the bottom 50% pay virtually nothing. and to say that is a horrible thing. you must recan't immediately. >> why? >> that's what drives me nuts. somebody could say guns reduce crime or i'm dwraition is bad for -- for immigration and bad for african-americans. nobody said that is factually inaccurate. >> if you say it is offensive, you don't actually have to argue. >> that comes back to the future video with the muslims going bananas. it hurts people. ergo, it is wrong. >> pab, you look more vaw los. what is wrong with people who are not going to vote for somebody depending on the government. >> that is an important point. he is not saying he will neglect that 47% if he is elected. he is just saying he will not bother to get their vote. the problem is he did basically say all 47% of the population that
them bs and mush and erskine and i gave them numbers. we don't have power point or charts, we just tell you where your country is. the trajectory of debt and deficit and interest is as same as portugal, iraq, iran -- greece. >> poland is still in -- i won't go -- but it's sad and we take questions. we don't filter the questions. they can ask anything they want. they can be from aarp, seniors, teachers and they'll give us a standing ovation, thirsting for somebody to tell them the truth where their country is going. >> republican and democrat do that who really care about each other. >> you don't think we're getting that in this debate in this campaign season? >> i don't think there's nearly enough substance to me it's a real disappoint. why isn't there the substance? >> because it's hard. the problems are real and the solutions are painful. there's no easy way out and i think the candidates are afraid to stand up and say, look, we've got to make tough choices. we've got to have some shared sacrifice. >> bottom line in this, simpson-bowles proposed a way to deal with the debt crisis and
about bin laden face prosecution? some say no, but others say yes, as long as they don't have to be the ones that bring him in. >> will we have a better show tonight? last night was lack luster. gyre last night was -- >> last night was my fault. i ruined the whole thing. i feel bad. i wish you hadn't brought it up and let's move on. lean forward, greg. >> you say that a lot, often in the park. go away. >>> let's welcome our guest. she is hotter than a jalapeno covered with magma and tabasco. she is the director of the law fair project ssments her latest book is called "law fair, the war against free speech." why is she against free speech? we will have to ask her. and fresh off a win at the third annual vanilla ice look alike contest and a baggage handler at laguardia airport, writer and comedian jesse joyce. those are comments on how he often dresses. his come day cd is called -- comedy cd is called pro choice, a fun pun. and he is considered a bracelet. it is bill schulz. and he is so interesting that the world joins the navy just to see him. sitting next to me, ron bolton ,
first. i don't even know why. you are the prettiest on the panel. does this seem extreme to you? >> it seems a bit extreme. i am slightly on the fence about this one. on one level, yes, you have to get through middle school and you may want an alcoholic beverage. i'm sure that's how you got through middle school. >> i don't remember. >> but at the same time, there is an increasing problem with kids on drugs and so forth. if you are drug testing them, maybe they are not in a downward spiral moving forward. >> they say there are no known instances of middle schoolkids testing positive for performance enhancing drugs, and few testing positive for pot. so why? >> are they doing it really because they are worried with doing it in conjunction with sports? that seems like an excuse. it seems unrelated to playing sports. >> good point, and they said it is for all -- it is for choir and drama which are hot beds for meth and aderole. but they say drug use is a -- is not a problem in middle school, but will prevent kids from developing drug problems. i don't understand that. >> i don't eit
, in recent year, we have discussed raising a family and we don't want to raise a family anywhere else, our dream to take our home and to make it into a family home. what you see in the drawings today is a family home, it's created through the addition of a family home and it's been a long evolution to get to this point. it's been shaped to create beautiful architecture and to integrate the neighborhood and city feedback that we've received over this past year. we have made numerous changes to accommodate neighborhood and city requests and i believe that working and integrating these aspects created a better project that we had started off with, something that is balanced and beautiful and integrates seamlessly into the neighborhood, i base this not only my own belief but we have letters of support of the design as well as the fact that the city's department recommends this project, the letters that support and the city analysis just documents the knowledge that we have from our neighborhood, from the day we contacted our architect is the day we acted our neighbors, we wanted them to know a
? >> yes. >> i don't care. they are not 12. i know it is like an unpopular position to be taking. i think they should have given it to grown bay. mostly because they should determine who wins the game based on what city needs it most. green bay has nothing. that's all they have is football, and that's why detroit should be the 27-year in a row world champion. >> it is self-esteem professional sports. ityou are a nice man. >> it has been at least a year since green bay won a title for goodness sakes. >> but that's all they have. they need that. >> detroit is like the book of ely of the -- book of ely. write that down. >> i will write that down, and i don't know why. rob, do you want to say something? >> i want to pose a question to you first. is this the worst call in sports history? i include the billy jean king ripoff over bobbie rigs? >> it is way up there, but the nfl does this every few years. >> i was joking by the way. >> 10 years ago -- was it 10 years ago they basically gave the game to the new england patriots with the tuck rule? it is absolutely ridiculous. it was a horrible, ho
and make sure the glass does not pop and cut you. >> elevators, what do you think? you don't get in elevator? no. you will be stuck there for awhile. if you go down the stair well. if there's an earthquake and you are in a high rise building. ing -- no. if it hadn't collapsed in the disaster chances are it will stay up. outside, where's an open area? high rise building when glass breaks it floats it with hit 2 blocks away from where it falls. if you are outside, you want to look up and make sure nothing is coming toward you. there is 3-5 feet of glass on market street. top of that you are going to have office furniture and debris falling into the street. even if you are in a car if you are next to large, brick buildings and if collapsed on you there is no safe place to go. how about here. the safety spot is second base. no doubt about it. you have 60,000 people want to go to second base. people get injured jumping chairs. go between the chairs, cover your head and get your head below the seat. there is a lot of crud down there. the chairs will break the fall. if you stop, someon
higher around 100. i don't mind. >> every equivocating, triangulating son of a pitch in office today spends half his time woring after special interest money. >> has kathleen turner jumped the shark? we have a brand new segment entitled what the heck just happened? ms. turner is featured tonight. >> now leave me alone. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. fomc in the muslim world part 2. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we told you last night. mr. obama should change his approach when dealing with the muslim world. it's obvious the soft power strategy not working. jihadists don't care what mr. obama says and any sign of sensitivity will be perceived as weakness. not to say we should antagonize muslim governments have to tell them they will be held accountable and actually hold them accountable when measures are harmed. apparently president obama read the riot act to egyptian president morsi and now the egyptians are finally protecting the american
of privacy? >> i have asked the chair of the commerce committee -- i don't have a commitment from him, but that bill is a possible, especially in the lame duck then in the regular session. we probably won't have that many more legislative days. if we have one bill, that is the one i have asked the chairman to consider moving. >> would you like to see more comprehensive privacy legislation passed by congress? >> i would. i think the public is ahead of the congress on privacy. i think that companies like microsoft and some of those guys are ahead. they are building in the fall positions to have more and more privacy. but in the congress, we're still a bit behind of the curve. although, we have gained a lot of ground in this congress. our privacy caucus in the house, subcommittee chairman markey has cochaired with me, a republican and democrat. we have 30 members. so it does not quite to 10% of the house. so that is a sizable number, bipartisan, have to have, have republican and half democrat. >> let me ask a question about privacy. i think that is an issue you have been very involved in
america's debt is largely war driven, the stats don't back that up. mr. obama added $4.4 trillion to the debt during his time in office examine again the war on terror expenditures comprise 10% of that. the important question is has the war on terror been worth the price in blood and treasure? let's run it down. in the combined wars in iraq and afghanistan, nearly 6600 americans have been killed. almost 50,000 wounded. while all life is sacred, those figures are nothing like the vietnam war. however, i believe most historians will look back on the iraq war as being a mistake. we could have brought saddam to his knees by blockading his country. we didn't have to invade it. the weapons of mass destruction deal through all calibrations out. but we did not need iraq in order to win the war on terror. afghanistan is another matter. we had to remove the taliban and we did. the problem is that afghan society is largely corrupt and the usa has not been able to neutralize that corruption. so we're caught in a country that will not cooperate in d tribal conflicts rule free in afghanistan. t
been there for years. >> bob: he's greek. >> andrea: so i don't care -- >> bob: you're sympathetic. >> greg: there is a gold bookstore near me that is closing soon. my life is over. >> eric: that's five five. thank you >>> i'm andy levy filling in for greg gutfeld. enough about him. let's go to jed do lie yaw be law. what is coming up on tonight's show? >> coming up on tonight's show, riots continue throughout the middle east and we will answer a question, is this about irreconcilable cultural differences? and does the muslim rage go too far? and it is the one-year anniversary of occupy wall street. we will look at what they accomplished and what their festivities look like. there is not a tent in sight. and mcdonalds taking a hint from michelle obama? they will be posting calorie counts on their boards and grilled mcnuggets may be in your future. >> that's disgusting. thank you, jedediah. i am here with author and political commentator -- imogen lloyd web earth. dash cash webber. it is comedian joe devito. hi, joe. >> hi, andy. >> bill schulz, he feels like mark sanchez, incomplet
violation. i don't know if the differences are intentional. if not they need to be addressed. 2-2-f, and again 3-3-c, neither addresses what will happen in a respondent fails to comply with the ethics commission order. or if the respondent's and refuses to pay a fine. and by the way, i think finding an agency could be counter productive. not a great idea. >> finding an agency? >> fining an agency. >> fining an agency, don't think it's that good of an idea. >> okay. >> good evening, commissioners, i am dr. eric kerr. the word complaint runs through this document. i am concerned because a complaint is fundamentally different from a sunshine referral or order of determination. by mixing all the terms up we lose exattitude that will come in handy at some point. and also by declaiming a complaint by order of determination, you are treating a citizen complaint the same way as the careful deliberations of the sunshine task force. it doesn't make sense to me. and keeping the word complaint in this. because that's how the document was drafted and it will disrupt some paragraphs. i don't see
our people and getting out of there? >> i don't know if it will always be this way, but this ideal we have of democracy in the middle east is a long way off. you need the institutions and a culture that sustains democracy. here is a stunning statistic. in the arab world they translate as many books and in the last thousand years spain has translated in the last year. this is a society that needs to come up, and right now we are not seeing that. >> we expect that we can pull them from that age into our age. but they have to want to go to that age. they like the age they are at. except they do like some of the -- they like our guns. but they don't like -- >> they like our celebrities. >> they don't like all of our movies. >> no, they don't like our movies. they like the guys with the camcorders taping our movie and they buy for free on a blanket on the ground. >> that's true. >> they are not like behind the times. even with these protests i can see everybody with their iphones. it is not like they are in another century than us. >> that's a good point. they embrace the technology that a
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